58: Tricia Martinez of Wala & Blockchain Consultant Jamil Hasan


This episode we are very fortunate to feature two interviews from thought leaders from around the Wide Wide World of Blockchain

We begin with Tricia Martinez, from Wala a South African-based financial company bringing blockchain financial solutions to thousands across Africa and other emerging markets. Mark, Ian and Ethan ask the questions as we hear about the particular challenges facing people in those countries, and how blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies can bring benefit to the developing world just as much as the developed world.

We also feature an interview (at the 29 min mark) between Ian and Blockchain Ambassador, Author, Consultant and all-round Guru, Jamil Hasan  who works with organisations looking to leverage Blockchain technology, pre- and post-ICO.

If you’ve got a Blockchain problem, and you can find him (which you should be able to…just click the link below) then you can hire…The J Team!

To learn more about his book visit jamilhasan.com

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